2010

  • Left Thumb Accuracy Tip

    Written by Gareth Johnston on Thursday, 25 March 2010

    The positioning of the left thumb is absolutely paramount in presenting a neutral clubface to the ball at impact for straighter iron shots. As TG Elite Teaching Pro Gareth Johnston explains in this golf video tip, getting the positioning spot on at address forms the platform for a square face throughout the swing. When the clubface is open or closed, your...

  • Knock out every pin!

    Written by Adrian Fryer on Friday, 19 March 2010

    When faced with a stunning approach shot after a great drive, we want to match such beauty with one of our best irons shots that seek out the pin and set us up for a birdie putt from close range. But to do this, we need to be confident we can square the clubface at impact when under pressure. This tee-peg...

  • Rotate The Clubface For Better Ball-striking

    Written by Nick Clemens on Monday, 1 February 2010

    Unlike hitting actions in other sports, the golf swing arc is at an angle, which means it’s impossible to keep the clubface square to the target throughout the swing. In order for the club to move around our body, the clubface has to rotate. Remember, the clubface is only square to the target for a fraction of a second…at impact! Find...

  • Nail Your Long Irons!

    Written by Nick Clemens on Friday, 29 January 2010

    They’re one of the hardest clubs to hit in your bag, but nailing long irons straight at the pin brings about an unrivalled feeling of satisfaction on the golf course. In this golf video tip, Today’s Golfer Elite Teaching Pro Nick Clemens gives you all the swing tips you need to pull off this tricky shot from the fairway.  ...

  • Increase Your Iron Play Power!

    Written by Nick Clemens on Friday, 29 January 2010

    Freedom in your golf swing is crucial if you’re gain those extra yards off the deck with your irons! A common error among amateurs is to try and keep the left arm straight in the backswing to provide width. But as Today’s Golfer Elite coach Nick Clemens explains in this golf video tip, locking the left arm reduces wrist hinge...